'Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.'
Definitions of Key Criteria Terms
Identify or List
To select key facts from information given and communicate them effectively. Establish information.
To paint a picture in words, diagrams, charts or verbal discussion. To communicate the general facts about a specific piece of information. Give a detailed account of something.
To give reasons for how something happens or the procedures in which something happens. E.g. “Why did you choose that method?”, “How was the procedure undertaken?”. A student would normally introduce a topic and then provide details showing a depth and breadth of knowledge and skills regarding a topic. Make clear, account for something.
To examine something in great detail, breaking it down into component parts and carrying out tasks, which enable results to be interpreted and findings presented. Separate into elements, examine critically.
To show similarities and differences or advantages and disadvantages between two or more things. Notice likenesses and differences.
To determine the significance or value of something having studied the detailed information and looking at alternatives, strengths and weaknesses. Find or judge value of.
To effectively communicate the reasons behind a procedure or event.
To effectively communicate a procedure or event.
Give reasons or evidence to support your opinion or view to show how you arrived at these conclusions.